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World Population Day offers a moment to celebrate human progress. Our world, despite its challenges, is one where higher shares of people are educated and live healthier lives than at any previous point in history. Societies that invest in their people, in their rights and choices, have proven time and again that this is the road to the prosperity and peace that everyone wants—and deserves. Let’s keep this fact in m...
Members of Parliament, representatives from civil society organizations, UNFPA, and SADC PF at the two-day dialogue in Kasane. ©
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In May 2022, the United Nations Population Fund, in collaboration with the SADC Parliamentary Forum, the UN Resident Coordinator's Office, and the Botswana Parliament, held a first of its kind two-day strategic engagement with Members of Parliament to dialogue on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for populations that are left behind. The dialogue brought together twenty-one (21) members of parlia...
Participants from 17 health districts at the Supply Chain Management training © UNFPA Botswana/Priscilla Rabasimane
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UNFPA Botswana and its regional office of East and Southern Africa is on a path to optimize the performance of the Botswana supply chain to ensure timely delivery of medicines and health products, particularly family planning commodities. UNFPA is leading the global effort to ensure all individuals can access and use affordable, quality reproductive health supplies whenever they need them. This will mean fewer uni...

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